I hope you're ready for a brand new indie brand today! Not only is this brand new to me, it's also pretty darn brand new in general! Black Dahlia Lacquer just launched a week or two ago! Even though she's brand new, Deanna really knows what she's doing! I was so, so impressed with her polishes! The formula is flawless and the colors are gorgeous! What more can you ask for? I also really like the bottles, though they are super challenging to photograph with, hahaha! My normal hand positions took some maneuvering for sure, but the bottles weren't tippy, which I had initially been worried about. These polishes rangw from $6.00-$6.75! I know, right? So reasonably priced!!
Ok, enough of my chatter. African Violets is a pale lavender shimmer with a subtle scattered holo side. This polish is so delicate and pretty! The holo is definitely subtle, but it seems perfect in this polish. I did two coats of African Violets for these swatches.
Bells of Ireland is a full coverage green glitter with accents of blue and silver glitter. THIS POLISH IS AWESOME. I did one coat over Lily of the Valley (coming up in a second). I don't even need to say more. Just look at the photos.
Blood Roses is a perfect ox blood cream polish. Two coats made it fantastically...deep, almost! Whoa, it's so pretty! This is a fabulous polish for fall! And the name totally reminds me of Hunger Games...
Next up is Frozen Tulips, a blue jelly polish loaded with blue and turquoise glitter in a variety of shapes and sizes. It's so shimmery and lovely! I did two coats for these swatches!
Lily of the Valley is a light grey shimmery polish with taupe and white flakies and gold glass fleck. To me, this polish i a beautifully shimmery grey. A really pretty neutral color that would be totally work appropriate! I did three thin coats for opacity.
Olaf's Snowflowers is a cream colored crelly base packed with gold and silver glitter. I know you all know how much I love a naturally sandwiching crelly polish! I did two thin coats for the opacity you see below! Enjoy! :)